Gibt es über Volume 1 schon detailierte Angabe, so ist z. Zt. bekannt, dass jedes weitere Volume ebenfalls 6 CD´s umfasst und folgende Cover hat:
Inhalt - CD 1
King Creole And the 10th floor of the Beverly Wilshire Hotel - U.S. Army Induction and the “Threeteens” - Joe Esposito, Kissin' Cousins and the President's Daughter - Drug Enforcement Badge - "Without A Song" - Billboard reacts to "Heartbreak Hotel" - Eddie Bond and the Hi Hat Club - The Radiator Shop that Sam Bought - Grenada, Elvis and the Stamp - Comeback Special Sitting at Elvis’ Feet - A $ 2.5 million Hawaiian Special and a Satellite - The Phoenix Jumpsuits, Ashes and Rebirth - The Jerry Weintraub Scarf Situation -
The Benefit and the $108,860 Check - Elvis, the “Louisiana Colonel” - The Story about Elvis’ Black Belts - Saints, Singers and Saint Jude - The House on Hillcrest Road - Mrs. Oleta Grimes and “Old Shep” - The Godfather of Soul and the King's Use of Capes - Roy Orbison Seeing Elvis on Stage - Vegas and the King - Martin Scorcese and the Elvis on Tour Movie - The Tour Production and The Air Force Arrives - Elvis' '73 Lincoln Continental - Homecoming Deception - The Graceland Mansion - Elvis and the Robert Vesco Plane - Milton Berle and the Pan Letters - The "Hound Dog" Show - The Elvis Continentals
Elvis and the Mickey Mouse March - Hedda Hopper - The Hy Gardner Show - Concerts - The Grand Ole Opry Show - Elvis' International Hotel Suite - Lake Tahoe's High Sierra Room - Kirk Kerkorian getting Elvis to the Astrodome - Germany, Priscilla and The Immaculate Conception - The Elvis and Vernon Sit Down - The Lamar-Airways Shopping Center - Performance - Lansky Brothers - The Elvis Statue - Jimi's Barber Shop - The Pink Cadillac - Elvis in the Army - Certificate Of Achievement - Pearl Harbor Charity Performance - The Tears Of The Arizona - The Hawaiian Village Hotel - Alex Romero and "Jailhouse Rock" - Dewey Phillips and "That's All Right Mama" - Mae Boren and Tommy Durden - Hurricane Camille - "Peace In The Valley" on Sullivan - David Frick of Rolling Stone on Elvis - The Hank Snow Jamboree - The Dinner Show, International Hotel '69 - Elvis and The Rat Pack - Nancy Sinatra, Richard Petty, Cale Yarborough and Speedway - Ann Margret and Elvis - Anita Wood and her First Date with Elvis
The Prophet Readings - Elvis and Gladys' Feeding the Homeless - Elvis and Dixie Locke Attending the Oral Roberts Healing Crusade - The Secretaries - Hotel Claridge Award - Ceremony - Anita Wood Crying In The Chapel - Rexodus - Germany's Father of Karate Instructs the King - The Rolls Royce Phantom Auction for SHARE - Comeback Show - Choreographer Claude Thompson - The Wrecking Crew - The Colonel as Technical Advisor - The 50-foot Cutout - Circle G and the Boyle Investment Company - Elvis and the Karate - Speedboat - June Juanico - Cooking for the King - Carol Cook, Jerry Schilling and the Wall - Allan Fortas and Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas - Hoover, LBJ and the Elvis Visit - American Sound Studio - International Hotel's Alex Shoofey on the Best Deal Ever Made - Charlie Hodge and his Graceland Stay - Joe Guercio's Wife and the Idea for the 2001: A Space Odyssey or Hail Elvis
Frederick De Cordova directing Frankie and Johnny - Using the Memphis Mafia as Extras - Senater Kefauver and his Remarks on Elvis' Military Service - Hell on Wheels and the Golden Gun - Charro, Ina Balin and the Children of An Lac - On Sacred Indian Ground - Parchman Penitentiary - The Memphis Flash - Sweet Pea, Little Bit and Elvis' Animal - Kingdom - Raquel Welch, Roustabout and Being Gaga over Elvis - The Cloud 9 Lounge - The High Sierra Room in '71 - The Nashville and RCA Studio B - Bass man Bob Moore and Elvis - Billboard's Editor Paul Ackerman about Elvis in '54 - "The Wiffenpoof Song" - Bis and Beau - Lisa Marie - "In The Ghetto", "Don't Cry Daddy" and Mac Davis - Roy Hamilton and the Song he got from Elvis - 8 Minutes That Changed the World
RAW AND UNCUT: Daniel Lombardy interviews Diamond Joe Esposito as Joe reveals little known facts and secret stories during his 17 years with Elvis as the King’s road manager and right-hand man
TRIVIA: This disc is another treat that is packed with a rich set of challenges that will baffle both longtime fans and historians alike
Ankündigung des Verlages:
"In 1954, at age 12, Schilling first met fellow Memphis homeboy Presley, a 19-year-old truck driver "a year out of high school and less than a week into a recording career that carried no guarantee of turning into steady work." He provides a fascinating view of Memphis in the late '50s, but most of his memoir is from after 1964, when he officially joined the retinue of friends-the "Memphis Mafia"-that served as Elvis's surrogate family.
While this thoroughly enjoyable book deftly describes his many adventures with Elvis and other notables, including the Beatles, Ann-Margret, the Beach Boys and Billy Joel, the heart of it is his many observations of Elvis's inner exploration. Unlike the rest of Elvis's posse, Schilling was liberal in his musical and racial views, and he shared Elvis's spiritual hunger "for a sense of meaning and purpose."
Schilling provides the most detailed account yet of the sometimes comical LSD trip he took with Presley, and he poignantly observes the "disappointment and frustration" Elvis felt about his Hollywood movies. Overall, Schilling's heartfelt narrative makes this more than just another piece of Elvis product. (Aug.) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information."
Dieses Hörbuch erscheint am 14.09.2007 und enthält das von Alan & Maria Posener vor Jahren bei rororo erschienene Buch "Elvis Presley" (ISBN 9783499504952).
Vorgelesen wird das Ganze von David Nathan, welcher als Synchronsprecher u. a. Johnny Depp oder Christian Bale seine Stimme lieh. Weitere Infos folgen!
Hier nun das Cover für den zweiten Teil der Elvis Biographie.
Das Hörbuch "Careless Love - 1959 - 1977", welches ebenfalls von Bela B. Felsenheimer gelesen wird, erscheint zum 30. Todestag von Elvis bereits am 27.07.2007.